Opened in 1985, Ingersoll’s Smok-Shak has earned a sterling reputation for slow-cooked brisket, ribs, hot links, ham, and chicken. Interesting appetizers include calf fries, southwest egg rolls (filled with chicken, beans, corn, jack cheese & spinach), and crisp-fried green beans. While smoked-cooked meat is the signature dish, the menu also offers burgers, fried chicken, and even a few salads. Every meal comes with homemade cobbler.
Note: Sunday is all-you-can-eat rib day. Wednesday is steak day, when 12-ounce ribeyes and 10-ounce KC strips are the featured attractions. On Friday, the special is chicken fried steak: top sirloin, hand breaded and crisp-fried, served with mashed potatoes, country gravy, corn, a cracked wheat roll, and cobbler.